DIECAST kicks off a month-long North American tour as direct support to Drowning Pool tonight in Evansville, WI. The group recently completed a monstrous 10-week U.S. tour with Sevendust, which marked the longest tour of the groupâ€™s storied career as well as the third U.S. run in support of their newest album, Internal Revolution, praised by Decibel magazine as â€œperhaps the best music of the bandâ€™s career.â€? See the tour section for the complete itinerary.
Dennis Pavia (drums) checks in with the following report: â€œOur first show with Drowning Pool starts tonight, and we are very excited to get back on the road. We really feel like this is going to be a special tour for us since we've just come off the best tour we've ever had with Sevendust. It will be nice to see a lot of familiar faces and new ones as well.
â€œOur new video for â€œNothing I Could Sayâ€? is now on MTV2's Headbangers Ball and its been getting a great response. It was actually really nice to make a video that didn't have any performance footage in it and that was more based around a twisted story. I've been in the band for a little over a year now and it's everything Iâ€™ve ever hoped for and more. Things keep getting better and hopefully we will have a chance to see you at the upcoming shows.â€?
DIECASTâ€™s new single for the track â€œNothing I Could Say,â€? edited by Brian Malouf (Michael Jackson, Madonna, Pearl Jam), is quickly gaining momentum at Active Rock Radio. A video for the track was shot by Ian McFarland (Sick Of It All) and Mike Pecci. Their unique vision was a perfect fit for the track, resulting in an epic, conceptual piece that is grabbing people's attention. Click on the following link to check it out [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKth-GDEzlI](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKth-GDEzlI)